Sheila Stotts Removal Brush: This gentle brush is favored among top stylists for its ability to work through knots and kinks in all hair types—including synthetic. Thanks to thin, widely spaced metal bristles, it can be used on both wet and dry hair, and is the secret behind many of the cascading waves you see on the red carpet.
Aveda Wooden Paddle Brush: For girls with long, thick hair, a paddle brush—like this one—will cut styling time in half. The wide surface of the brush covers large sections, while the flat shape helps to straighten strands without pulling at them.
Denman D3 Classic Styling Brush: This classic has been around for over 70 years and is still widely used because of the grip and control it provides when drying hair. Plus, the smaller shape and beveled edges are great for styling shorter hair and bangs.
Here’s a great tip: Batten down flyaways that pop up around your part and ruin the precision of the line by using a powder brush spritzed with hair spray. This is especially useful in the winter, when our comfiest wool hats often (and unfortunately) lead to bad, frizzy hair days.
Chanel Le Vernis Nail Colour | Five-free (a product void of known carcinogens like formaldehyde, dibutyl phthalate, toluene, formaldehyde resin and camphor) goes beyond just polish. Here, six picks for your cleanest manicure ever—from start to finish.